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Business disputes service

 

Business disputes can end up costing you time, money and a lot of hassle to sort out, with the potential to harm your reputation and commercial interests if not handled correctly. Our business dispute resolution team can help you find fast, effective solutions to your commercial disputes that protect your business and allow you to focus on running your organisation.


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Our business disputes solicitors in Tamworth and Ashby de la Zouch have years of experience working with a wide range of businesses in Staffordshire, Leicestershire and the surrounding area. We support clients with everything from debt recovery and contract disputes to commercial property disputes and professional negligence claims.

 

We offer pragmatic, business-focused advice aimed at resolving your disputes as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. We can also advise you on proactive steps you can take to avoid future disputes, such as amending contracts and terms and conditions.

 

Wherever possible, we aim to resolve commercial disputes without the need for court action, as finding a solution outside of court is usually faster, less expensive and less stressful, as well as allowing you to keep the matter private. To that end, we specialise in a variety of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) techniques, including negotiation and mediation.

 

For help resolving a commercial dispute affecting your business, get in touch with our solicitors in Tamworth or Ashby de la Zouch today.

 

Our business dispute resolution services in Tamworth and Ashby de la Zouch

 

Our business disputes solicitors in Ashby de la Zouch and Tamworth can help you with a wide range of commercial conflicts affecting your business, helping you to find a fast, effective outcome that protects your commercial interests.

 

Our business finance law expertise includes:

  • Contract disputes
  • Corporate disputes on behalf of shareholders
  • Injunctions
  • Partnership and LLP disputes
  • Professional negligence claims
  • Commercial property litigation
  • Debt recovery

 

Alternative Dispute Resolution for businesses

In our experience, the majority of business disputes can be resolved outside of a court by using Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). This is also sometimes referred to as non-confrontational dispute resolution as the goal is for the parties in the dispute to work together to find a solution while keeping conflict to a minimum.

 

There are various options we can use to find a solution to commercial disputes without the need for court action. These include:

 

  • Negotiation – Many disputes can be resolved quickly by our skilled negotiators working with both parties to agree a positive outcome.
  • Mediation – We can offer a trained, neutral mediator to guide you and the other party in the dispute towards agreeing a mutually acceptable solution in a non-confrontational way.

 

There are various advantages to using alternative dispute resolution, including:

  • It is usually faster than court action as you do not need to wait for a court date
  • It is usually less expensive than court action
  • You keep control of the process – the final decision is not left to a judge
  • It is generally less stressful as conflict is minimised and you do not need to appear in court
  • It can help maintain or repair your relationship with the person you are in dispute with, which can be vital if you need to keep doing business together
  • It allows you to keep the matter private, unlike with court action where any hearing will be in public

 

Why choose Fishers Solicitors for commercial dispute resolution?

We regularly act in business disputes for a wide range of companies, partnerships and entrepreneurs in Staffordshire, Leicestershire and throughout the UK. With many years of experience in this area, we can often find solutions that others cannot, allowing even the most contentious disputes to be resolved effectively.

 

Our business disputes solicitors understand that every business is different with its own unique priorities. We take the time to get to know you and your business goals, so we can offer a bespoke legal service that protects your interests and fits with your overall commercial strategy.

 

Fishers Solicitors is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), which provides reassurance that we continue to operate to the strictest legal and professional standards.

 

Get in touch with our business dispute resolution solicitors in Tamworth and Ashby de la Zouch

Our knowledgeable commercial dispute resolution lawyers in Ashby de la Zouch and Tamworth can help you resolve a wide range of business disputes in a way that matches your overall commercial goals.

 

To make an appointment with our business dispute resolution team, contact your nearest Fishers Solicitors office or request a call back and a member of our team will be in touch promptly.

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